Gary Barlow, Jason Orange, Mark Owen and Howard Donald of the group Take That have obtained nearly 4.2 million pounds, or about 5.8 million euros thanks to their return this year on the music scene, says the English tabloid The Sun.
In total, their album, Beautiful World, released in November 2006, would have sold more than 2 million copies in the United Kingdom.
Members of Take That, separated eleven years ago, were the first "band" to return to the front of the stage. They were followed by Wolds Apart, Spice Girls and Boyzone. Former band Robbie Williams made a sold-out tour in England and managed to place the title Patience from their new album, Beautiful World, at the top of the UK charts.
Take That also won the Brit Award for best single of the year for Patience.